Personal injury doctors are medical professionals who specialize in treating patients who have suffered injuries as a result of accidents, falls, and other types of trauma. While personal injury doctors are highly trained in diagnosing and treating a wide range of injuries, including broken bones, whiplash, and soft tissue damage, they typically do not perform surgery. Instead, personal injury doctors work closely with other medical professionals, such as surgeons and physical therapists, to ensure that their patients receive the best possible care. Depending on the severity of the injury, a personal injury doctor may recommend surgery as part of a patient's treatment plan, but they will typically refer the patient to a qualified surgeon for the procedure.
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